A cunnilingus anyway put into contact a natural secretion (cum) with the oral mucosa.
So, if there is a real risk of STDs, this risk is not higher with ingestion with a simple touch.
And if there is no concept of STDs, there is no particular risk.
It's the same for the contact and / or ingestion of semen.
Same as regards anilingus if necessary hygiene prerequisites are met.
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